Text Size: A A A


highlights of upcoming events at EPOCH communities.

A week of theater and music at EPOCH

Broadway theaterThis week, we look forward to concerts by Laura James and the dynamic duo Bob Shepard and Sherri James Buxton. We’ll also discuss the legendary talent of Judy Garland as well as the history of Broadway Theater. Finally, we’ll honor Women’s History Month with a discussion on influential women of yesterday and today. Please join us for any or all of these events! They’re free; we just ask that you RSVP so we can reserve your space. 

RI Historical Society, film critic and more at EPOCH

film discussionsJoin us at our EPOCH communities this week for performances by the Larry Pearlman Duo and Ethan Stone. Those interested in local history won’t want to miss a presentation by the Rhode Island Historical Society, and film buffs are welcome to join our discussion of the hit film “The Apartment” with film critic Dan Kimmel. We also look forward to our monthly breakfast and health discussion with the Harwich Council on Aging. We welcome you and your family to join us for any or all of these free events, but be sure to RSVP.

Chinese New Year, book club and concerts at EPOCH

Chinese New YearIt’s a busy week at our EPOCH communities. We’re celebrating the Chinese New Year, hosting our 12th annual winter concert series, and meeting for our monthly book club discussion. Plus, we’ll host some fun performances by Bill Burke and dueling pianists Adam Bergeron and Ethan Stone. All our events are free but we ask that you RSVP.

Valentine’s Day, ‘The Genius of Marian’ and more

Valentine's Day

We’ll celebrate Valentine’s Day with some great parties this week, but that’s not all. We’ll head to the Orleans Council on Aging for an informative presentation by EPOCH respiratory therapist Terry Brady; host our monthly support group for dementia caregivers; and sponsor a free screening of the award-winning documentary “The Genius of Marian.” All our events are free but space is limited. Please RSVP to reserve your space.  

Music, art and industrial design at EPOCH

This week, we’ll welcome a variety of musicians and artists to our communities. Join us for free performances by David Polansky or the Dave Burbank Orchestra. Those interested in exercising their creativity are welcome to attend a watercolors class with artist Pat Hogan; if you prefer learning about art, join us for the Rhode Island School of Design’s presentation on industrial designer Norman Bel Geddes. All of our events are free but space is limited and an RSVP is requested. We hope you and your family will join us!

David Polansky performs, Feb. 3, 3:30 p.m.
EPOCH Independent and Assisted Living at Boylston Place
615 Heath St. Chestnut Hill, MA

David Polansky entertains audiences of all ages with a program that mixes music, humor, wit and sensitivity. His music has been highlighted by NPR’s Morning Edition, and his instrumental and choral pieces have been performed by the Springfield Symphony, the Zamire Chorale, the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra and others. To RSVP, please call 617-244-6400 or register online.